Movie Review – Don’t Worry Darling

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Don’t Worry Darling was not as good as I was hoping for. It needed something more. A little more backstory would have helped but I felt they brushed over that in lieu of setting the tone. They did great on that, just like the acting. Every single performance was a top-notch performance. I absolutely loved the setting and wardrobes. It looked like a great movie but it fell kind of flat story-wise.

Florence Pugh was splendid. (AliceChambers) I read that Olivia Wilde was going to take that part but decided to give it to Florence when she saw her in Midsommar; That was a great decision. Not only because Florence did such a great job as Alice but the role of Bunny was perfect for Wilde. She was my favorite character, everything about Bunny was cool.

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It dragged a bit in places and other spots felt rushed over. This is a movie that I’ll be scratching my head over for quite some time. It’s not a movie that I will rush back out to see, I don’t think waiting for it to stream will lose any of its big-screen appeal, I would recommend to my family and friends to wait and save the high ticket cost and the price of gas to get to the theater.

Grade: C+

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Rated: (R) Sexuality | Language | Violent Content
Genres: Mystery, Thriller
Starring: Florence Pugh, Olivia Wilde, Chris Pine
Director: Olivia Wilde
Writer(s): Katie Silberman, Carey Van Dyke, Shane Van Dyke
Language: English
Country: United States

A 1950s housewife living with her husband in a utopian experimental community begins to worry that his glamorous company could be hiding disturbing secrets.

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  • Jon Land

    This might have a couple of spoilery sentences so read at your peril.

    I saw it when it came out. I was super excited after seeing the trailers that gave just a tad more explanation as to what may be going on. I watched the whole movie feeling the buildup of everything and then “pop”. It busted and fell flat to me in the end. Nothing was explained as to what happened…it just blacked out. Wait..WHAT?!? I sat and watched only to be left with more questions than answers.

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